Honolulu Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Ewingjr98
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Ewingjr98
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Ewingjr98

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Honolulu

  • 1. Waterfalls

    Just a few short miles from Waikiki this 1.3 km hike is a great way to see some nature while on Oahu. The elevation is 800 feet. You're feet will definitely get muddy, so I'd definitely wear some...

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  • 2. Cruisin' Around the Island

    There are some great areas around Honolulu and it is nice to either take a walk, take a bus or a car or even a moped and cruise around the neighborhoods of Honolulu. The peaceful and beauty of the...

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  • 3. Hiking / Walking

    Hiking is a great recreational activity in Honolulu. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery and get great exercise! When you go hiking you can escape from the crowded areas of the city and relax with...

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  • 4. Beaches & Coastlines

    The Mokolii Island is located off the Windward Coast of Oahu. The island is commonly referred to as "Chinaman's Hat" due to its resemblance to the hats worn by immigrant Chinese farm workers. The...

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  • 5. Pali Lookout

    The Nu’uanu Pali Lookout at 1,186 feet (361 meters) is a great place to get a view of windward Oahu. It isn’t really what I would consider “off the beaten path” however. That is where it has been put...

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  • 6. Botanical Gardens

    Kaneohe, just 20 minutes over the Pali Pass from Honolulu on the windward side of the island, there sits a romantic garden/pond called,"Haiku Gardens". You can tour the grounds in about an hour's...

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  • 7. PCC & other Luau's

    If you want to meet with the people of Hawaii, Samoa, Maori, Fiji, Tahiti, the Marquesas and Tonga in forty-two acres of villages and to see the world's largest Polynesian show, then you have to visit...

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  • 8. Ships, Subs & Boats

    Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial are still one of the main events in Oahu with more than one million tourists every year. A visit to the Arizona Memorial is a solemn experience, even for...

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  • 9. Cultural Architecture & Bldgs

    Hawaii's Plantation Village and Museum is an outdoor museum dedicated to sharing the experience,lifestyle, struggles and contributions of Hawaii's plantation workers. Located in Waipahu, at 94-695...

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  • 10. Hanauma Bay

    Rent a car and drive a little - e.g. to Hanauma Bay. One of the trolley lines (blue line) goes there, too. The problems are, it´s crowded, there´s not much room to swim, they charge an entrance fee -...

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  • 11. Scuba

    We went diving for the first time in Sharks Cove on Oahu's north shore. We had a 30 minute crash course went with a divemaster who knew the area and was fully competent. I have yet to be on a dive...

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  • 12. Sea Life Park (Near Honolulu)

    Be Careful, you never really know what's down there. Of course, this is the well know Manta Ray, common in Hawai'i. PROCEED TO TRAVELOGUES, THERE ARE SEVERAL OF THEM [CLICK HERE][l-0-l]

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  • 13. Lighthouse

    Honolulu. Waikiki. Oahu. All the same to most tourists. That's okay. Many areas in Oahu are Honolulu. One of my favorite's is the Diamond Head Lighthouse, off the road below Diamond Head. This...

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  • 16. Take a Step Back in Time

    Hawaii's Plantation Village in Waipahu is a re-creation of a sugar plantation of the early 1900s that chronicles the contributions of immigrant laborers from...

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  • 17. Be A-Mazed

    The Dole Plantation is at 64-1550 Kamehameha Highway, Wahiawa, in the middle of the island. The plantation bills itself as being "the complete pineapple...

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  • 18. Ford Island

    Ford Island sits in the middle of Pearl Harbor and is part of the the US Navy's Pearl Harbor naval station. The US entered World War II on 7 December 1941 when...

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  • 19. USS California Memorial

    The USS California was one of the ships sunk during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, with losses totaling 100 crew members. After it...

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  • 20. John Wayne House, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor

    In 1923 the US Navy built six Chief Petty Officer bungalows on Belleau Woods Loop, next to the berths where ships moored. In the 1930s, six more single family...

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  • 21. USS West Virginia Memorial

    The USS West Virginia was one of the ships sunk and destroyed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. The West Virginia settled to the...

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  • 22. The Original USS Arizona Memorial

    In the early 1950s, the US Navy placed small bronze plaques on the shores of Ford Island to mark the location where each ship was sunk during the Japanese...

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  • 23. USS Utah Memorial

    The USS Utah was built in New York in 1909, commissioned in 1911, and assigned to the Atlantic Fleet in 1912. The ship escorted President Wilson to France at...

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  • 24. NINJA SUSHI

    ANOTHER GREAT SPOT TO STOP AND CHECK OUT SOME GOOD JAPANESE FOOD IS THE NINJA ON BISHOP STREET RIGHT DOWNTOWN... A good place to get a quick bite while you...

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  • 25. BHUTANESE EXHIBITION

    FROM FEBRUARY 26TH TO MAY 23 2008 ..... ............THE DRAGON'S GIFT:THE SACRED ARTS OF BHUTAN HAD TAKEN ABOUT FIVE YEARS PREPARATION BEFORE THE BHUTANESE ...

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